About the Museum

Operated by the South Wales Transport Preservation Group, Swansea Bus Museum restores, preserves and displays, both on site and at shows, buses of former public transport companies of South and West Wales. Our impressive collection comprises of buses from South Wales Transport (SWT), its acquisitions and other companies, including United Welsh, Morris Bros., Eynon's of Trimsaran, Rees & Williams, Swan Motor Co., Neath & Cardiff, Llynfi, Red & White and London Transport. The museum also contains a small collection of military vehicles including Land Rovers and a Green Goddess fire engine. See our fleet page for details of vehicles. During 2013 we've improved the site with enhanced aceess arrangements, better display layout and building fabric repairs. We're currently installing new toilet facilities, including those for the disabled, which are scheduled for completion towards the end of the year. We welcome organised groups and parties of visitors, particularly schools - please contact us in advance to arrange.

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Swansea Bus Museum Office

  • Address: SA1 Business Park, Langdon Road, Port Tennant, Swansea
  • Postcode: SA1 8QY
  • Phone: 07531 677 776
  • URL: www.swanseabusmuseum.com

Business Hours

  • Open to the public between 10am & 4pm on Sundays

Swansea Bus Museum

Within a radius (as the crow flies) of 11 miles:

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#3.2 miles   SW A7 Pudding Run
#10.7 miles   SHVR Classic Car Brunch


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Under Milk Wood Welsh Writer and Poet Dylan Thomas was born in Swansea in October 1914.Archive WALESAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK